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in president obama's inaugural. as we continue to fight for our community it's important for the nation to see how many positive forces are in our community and especially the band. orchids that build bridges with their performs. the san francisco lesbian and gay band is a wonderful ambassador to our community. so we have members here who marked in our parade and i'm incredible proud that you represented our city with some much honor. and particularly with the inauguration of our president of marriage equally in our nation so i'm proud to honor i today. congratulations. >> thank you supervisor wiener. do hope next time we'll get a performance in the chamber. i want to recognize supervisor mar who was a commendation. thank you today, i'm honoring an incredible 74 russian center in san francisco. i think we have george and wilma if you could please come forward. so we're honoring the russian festival 25 years in san francisco and i want to say they have an incredible agenda for the next 3 days from february 22nd to the 24th and the russian community has been a integral part of our nation. with
government. president obama has recognized the great effort that san francisco has started and want to continue. so we can eradicate violence here in san francisco and start a global movement. everyone here is touched by domestic violence. if you say you don't know, it may be your co-worker. or your sister that doesn't want to speak out. it could be your mother or grandmother. i do this in memory of a fellow co-worker, laura sweat, who was murdered by her husband. and in that moment two young children were left without a mother. i do this in her memory and in hope that the world will see no more violence. thank you for joining one billion rising. you have the power to save lives. [applause] thank you, julie chu, from the commission of women. there are vaginas around? i am marily mondejar. i am one of the organizers of the event tonight. and i am a survivor of domestic violence. i rise tonight because when i was 22 years old i did not know that i could leave my abusive marriage. i rise tonight because when i was 26 years old i did not know that there were countless other women suffer
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